Since it’s not possible to predict an exact date, those who don’t wish to be casualties of the collapse may wish to prepare for it.
By Jeff Thomas, Feature Writer for Doug Casey’s International Man and Strategic Wealth Preservation Recently, after reading an essay of mine, a reader angrily questioned my loyalty to the USA. My immediate reaction was that I’m not a US citizen. I therefore tend to observe the US dispassionately, just as I’d observe any of the…
Gold and Silver continued to make gains this week and many investors have continued to accumulate these, and other physical precious metals.
During times of high inflation and both geopolitical and economic uncertainty, physical precious metals have seen a long history of retaining their value.
Additionally, the world is looking at large-scale, international economic collapse in the relatively near future. What part will this play in the OECD’s efforts?
That suggests investors make sure they own a meaningful amount of physical gold now.
Many such investors long ago began accumulating physical precious metals in their portfolios as part of their diversification plans.
Geopolitical and economic uncertainty should be expected to increase as the ramifications of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine begin to be felt throughout the world.
China, Russia, and the rest of the world, when faced with American threats and bluster, will not simply fold their tents and accept that the US must be obeyed.